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Moab, Utah's most popular restaurant and microbrewery. Nine custom ales, stouts and pilsners to choose from.
As Moeb's only Microbrewery, Moab Brewery offers an excellent variety of delicious handcrafted Ale. Open daily at 11am, Moab's Brewery also offers a large menu of pub favorites. Also available is beer on the go.
There are several places to enjoy a drink after dark in Moab, but if it's beer you're looking for, you might as well go to the source—the renowned Moab Brewery. Several TVs draw a crowd to the separate bar room, and occasionally local musicians perform. It's a favorite of locals and tourists alike for an evening get-together.
Southern Utah's award-winning brewery is known for its Scorpion Pale Ale, Dead Horse Amber Ale, and an assortment of other brews from light to dark. Their on-site restaurant is spacious and comfortable and decorated with kayaks, bikes, and other adventure paraphernalia. In the bar, you can always find someone to talk to about canyon-country adventure, because river runners, rock climbers, and...
Every year we seem to end up spending a night in and around Moab after a week of overlanding in Southern Utah or Northern Arizona. Usually Peace Tree for brunch and Moab Brewery for dinner. Moab Brewery is more like a T.G.I. Fridays then a traditional brewpub. Eclectic decor with a "pieces of flair" required. The menu is pretty large, but the food, service, and beer is OK. Utah limits the...
We ordered a Caesar Salad to split, and the salad brought out would have fed four. They have very large portions. I tried the Cajun Burger and a Dead Horse Amber Ale. Both complimented each other, and the homemade buns added to the tastefulness of the burger. My spouse had the Chicken Burrito, which she loved.
Moab Brewery can be found at S Main St 686. The following is offered: Restaurants: Grill. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Moab there are 4 other Restaurants: Grill . An overview can be found here.
The Moab Brewery was founded in 1996 by John Borkoski (John is also the founder of a brewery in McCall, Idaho) and Dave Sabey (Dave appreciates a good beer anywhere!). Together with their partners, John and Dave have created an oasis in the desert. Moab Brewery is proud to be Moab
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